The UGA Music Business Certificate Program teams up with the WIllson Center's Athens Music Project ethnomusicologial research cluster for a conversation about the role music production plays in communities--particularly in our community.
Guests at the roundtable, which will be moderated by local producer and MBUS head David Barbe, including MBUS prof Tom Lewis, as well as record engineers Paul Reeves and Trina Shoemaker, who has worked on albums by Sheryl Crow, Emmylou Harris and Queens of the Stone Age. Expect discussion to range far beyond the independent rock scene that put Athens on the map; the AMP in particular aims to explore and support the city's diverse and complex musical infrastructure.
Zell B. Miller Learning Center
Room 171, 48 Baxter Street
Athens, GA 30602